When the situation in Israel is presented in the American media, or talked about in public forums, there is a seeming unwarranted level of support for the Muslin Arabs in the region. Groups whose members these very same Muslim Arabs would subjugate or kill, if they were able, come out in their favor. But it's not just the feminists, gays, and civil rights activists who support these Arabs against all sanity. Westerners across the board are more kindly disposed than might be expected. Here's why:
When speaking politics, some of the most disingenuous statements begin with the words "not everyone". Here's why.
Taxing hot economies is just as important as stimulating cold economies.
I've commonly heard it said that there is no such thing as unbiased news. Although I don't believe that to be true, catching subtle biases can be tricky. Here are some indicators you can look for the next time you're reading an article or listening to a broadcast.
People often think along the lines of should gun laws be stricter or laxer. What we really need to focus on is keeping people from getting killed.
Some good intentioned people get some funny ideas when it comes to energy. I hope to dispel some of them here.
I will not equivocate, but will rather state what is evident to anyone who looks. The world is under threat from Islamic terrorism. Not just the western world, but all corners of the globe. So how can this dire situation with the Muslim Arabs be resolved?
The following is a transcript of the YouTube video entitled Don't Talk to Cops, Part 1 and captioned Mr. James Duane, a professor at Regent Law School and a former defense attorney, tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police.
A resource tax could: reduce waste, reduce carbon output, reduce our dependence on foreign oil, and generate jobs.
Every year, federal and state funds are allocated to the academic field of cultural studies. This article evaluates the value of cultural studies and concludes that funding should be cut.